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Body Condition Scoring of Horses

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Equine body condition is primarily a
function of the balance between a horse's
intake and expenditure of energy and is
affected by both external and internal
factors Availability and amount of feed and
water. reproductive status, changes in
weather. parasite load. performance
demands, and dental abnormalities are all
factors that may influence the body
condition ofhorses This system ofappraisal
is based on the amount and proportion of fat
and muscle present on an animal A
numerical value 2 (emaciated) to 8 (very fat)
is assigned to horses based on visual
appraisal and palpable fat cover at six areas
of the horse's body (Fig. I1) These areas can
be described in such detail as to provide the
equine appraiser with a visual image for
scoring (Table I). To accurately determine
body condition, horsemen must rely on both
visual observation (what the horse looks
like), and manual palpation (what the horse
feels like) The technique of evaluating and
quantifying a horse's body condition is a
tool horsemen can use for nutrition and
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Body condition of horses is affected by
both external and internal circumstances
Availability and amount of feed. water.
reproductive status. changes in weather.
parasite control, performance demands, and
dental abnormalities are all factors that
influence the body condition of horses

This visual method of assessing horses
may be used to supplement regular weighing
programs Body condition or change in body
condition is a more reliable indicator of
nutritional status than liveweight or change
in liveweight it is important to note that all
horses of the same weight will not
necessarily have the same body condition
score For instance, a 1200 pound horse may
either have high or low body condition score
depending on the animal's frame size.
muscling and fat deposition Each animal is
scored according to its individual
characteristics

Reproductive performance of
broodmares is also related to condition
score Poor body condition of broodmares
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Evaluating Body Condition

It is not difficult to learn how to evaluate
equine body condition Initially, almost all
horsemen will be able to recognize the
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